First-hand knowledge of adaptive skiing shows that winter fun is available to all.
Dr. Najarian knows firsthand that Winter fun does not have to be on hold for kids with physical challenges.
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Are you a family that loves to ski? But don’t want to have your child with special needs just sitting and watching? Or maybe you all just want to have some winter fun together learning a new sport and don’t know if that is possible. Please stay and watch because
Today we have asked Dr. Nagarian to join us. He is a pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at Akron Children’s Hospital. Once a kid with cerebral palsy, Dr. N knows firsthand that Winter fun does not have to be on hold for kids with physical challenges. In fact, encourages kids to push past their physical limitations.
I have asked him here today to talk about:
– his own diagnosis and how he achieved his goals
– how he was able to learn to ski
– what he does for his patients and families to get them on the slopes
– about adaptive skiing